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01-09-2013, 03:35 AM
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Originally Posted by VanIslander View Post
The best record in the league. Why? Because a veteran, unchanging squad (if injuries are minimized) has a clear competitive advantage in a shortened season. Older stars like Thornton, Marleau and Boyle don't get too run down, yet have the experience, discipline and work ethic to perform immediately without a learning curve.

The President's trophy and berth in the Stanley Cup Finals awais the Sharks with only L.A. and Vancouver as true conference rivals this season I expect (Detroit without Lidstrom, Nashville blown up, Edmonton too young).

It's the Year of the Shark. Thank you lockout.

This is what I'm hoping for too...

If anything, our boys have played enough together to have a leg up on the other teams... In addition, we should be fresh....



Disclaimer, I will not be putting any of my $$$ into the NHL this year (including our Sharks), I will be watching when it's free and that is all... Hopefully we get a free center ice package... F U NHL for EFFING with the money I've chosen to give you over the years....

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